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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-20-2019, 07:54 AM
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There is no reason to blame the parents or the kids. There is nothing wrong with kids or teenagers posting videos to youtube. Blaming the parents or kids is like blaming a rape victim because she is pretty. Not that there are any victims in this particular situation.

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I think by him making this video it may have the unintended side effect of turning the lights on the cockroaches and now they are gonna scatter VS him bringing it to the attention of the authorities that could have used it as a honeypot to identify possible child predators.


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The guy who reported actually does the same thing he "EXPOSED"


Yes there is a issue with people using underage kids as thumbnails, trying to get exposure and youtube already said they are looking into it and trying to figure out what is going on.
But now that guy is also going after the advertisers on the site trying to take down all ads and trying to create another ad issue like youtube had a couple of years ago.
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I think by him making this video it may have the unintended side effect of turning the lights on the cockroaches and now they are gonna scatter VS him bringing it to the attention of the authorities that could have used it as a honeypot to identify possible child predators.
They should be more concerned with identifying actual child predators instead of hunting down "possible child predators", whatever that's supposed to mean.

There are a lot of words being thrown around that are typically used to describe crimes but there doesn't appear to have been any crimes committed. The exploitation of kids in this manner (by YouTube) is no different that what Disney and Nickelodeon have been doing for decades. Just think about all the "possible child predators" who have watched the mickey mouse club while thinking very inappropriate things, only to have their thoughts interrupted by commercials from major corporations. So corporate funding of child exploitation has been around far longer than YouTube has and if you factor in PBS (here in the states) then public funding of child exploitation has existed for longer than YouTube. Big Bird has been teaching predators how to gain the trust and affection of children for generations.

The thought crime debate rages on.

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
They should be more concerned with identifying actual child predators instead of hunting down "possible child predators", whatever that's supposed to mean.

There are a lot of words being thrown around that are typically used to describe crimes but there doesn't appear to have been any crimes committed. The exploitation of kids in this manner (by YouTube) is no different that what Disney and Nickelodeon have been doing for decades. Just think about all the "possible child predators" who have watched the mickey mouse club while thinking very inappropriate things, only to have their thoughts interrupted by commercials from major corporations. So corporate funding of child exploitation has been around far longer than YouTube has and if you factor in PBS (here in the states) then public funding of child exploitation has existed for longer than YouTube. Big Bird has been teaching predators how to gain the trust and affection of children for generations.

The thought crime debate rages on.
Yea, and how are you supposed to do that not everyone watching these videos is a pedophile of course but you need to start somewhere by making connections between the groups of individuals such as ip addresses, messages ect. Just looking at the comments it's pretty easy to see these aren't other underage children. Besides they talk in a similar manner to child predators. Yes there are patterns in behavior that doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out.

Also he said they were passing links. Which opens up more rabbit holes.

*Another point I may add is your talking about a passive medium which the internet is not, it's a two way street they can reach out and try to contact these children.



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I wasn't aware of this until I found out what ASMR was. Upon looking up the acronym I was confronted with tons of videos of children making various noises and then I saw the views and likes...that disturbed me. No way that many people are into weird noises.

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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/21/att-...ntroversy.html

AT&T and Disney have pulled advertisements from YouTube after the revelations.

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AT&T and Disney have pulled advertisements from YouTube after the revelations.
Disney was in hot water too, when was found out that hotels in Disneyland were used to create controversial material involving kids.

And yes, the algorhytm works like that, but what was not mentioned in the article is that this kind of content is often maintanied by bots which create accounts, upload or stream the material, and create comments. Links to sites containing child pornography are also posted by bots. When the video is found and removed along with account, bot changes its identity (new mail, new IP) and reuploads the stuff.

I managed to check some of those videos and tried to interact with "people" commenting on stream, and each of them failed turing test miserably.

This cycle can take from hours to months, because its not single bot, not single source. Think of hundreds of separate bots.

The content itself is stored on data repositories, encrypted, and password protected so unless you find out original link to provider of datastore and you dont report violation of the terms, the content remain available. YT is just 3rd or 4rth place where the content is made available, while the original source is heavily concealed.

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I can't say I've had any of these sorts of videos but I do get wacky recommendations. I miss the old days when it actually gave me good suggestions based on the video I was currently watching.

Now my list of related or recommended videos is full of a garbage.

Same. Half of my recommended videos are Fornite videos because my nephew watched a few videos on my PC like a month ago

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